A future BitTorrent client/tracker written in Go.
More clearly, a bunch of experiments with BitTorrent Protocol.
torrent_test.go - TestSingleFile
In this test, we'll create a torrent containing a file (this README.mkd).
We'll assign that torrent to a seeder, it will have it available so a
leecher can download it and write it to the
To run the test, you must first have Go installed, and then simply:
go test -test.run SingleFile
torrent_test.go - TestWholeDirectory
In this test, we'll create a torrent containing the whole directory of
the repo. We'll assign the torrent to a seeder and a leecher will
download it, in a new directory inside the
To run the test, simply:
go test -test.run Directory
- BitTorrent Protocol Specification
- Moretti's Gotorrent
- Jackpal's Taipei-Torrent
- How do torrent clients reassemble and store pieces?
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2013 Daniel Rodríguez
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\o/ More to come.